As I have said earlier PSGP is still looking for good programers. So far I may have found one. I'll keep you guys posted here. There aren't any deals at the moment but I'm negotiating one as we speak. The plan so far is to create a Website based application similar to PMG but with the extended capabilities of PSGP. Also a user created content library for objects and parts. This is just baby steps but feedback and ideas are more than welcome.
Hey guys. Logan here with some awesome news! I got an answer from the PMG artist: "SkipperLee" ( make sure to visit his DA account: http://skipperlee.deviantart.com/) and this is what he said:
SkipperLee said the following:
D'oh, sorry it took me so long to reply to your Note.
I haven't been on dA for quite a while now >.<
...about the PSGP, I'm glad there is an initiative to push PMG beyond its capabilities, as I'm sure many PMG-ers out there would really enjoy being able to work with the guns on PS.
...Doctor Noob is a really busy man, I hope you can excuse him for that, but I can't approve PSGP on Doc's behalf. You have, h
Hey its been a while is this thing really dead now? I don't want to make an assumption but I have been following this thing on two old accounts when it made its debut but now I'm starting to think the passion and the dream has long since died.
It's been a while now since any word from PSGP has been spread. The team has been broken up and the project left on hold. I'm the only one still active. Anyway I still need a team. If anyone is interested please PM me. All trades are welcome. If you are or know someone interested in continuing and finishing PSGP or can contribute to programing or design. Please PM me.
I'd be happy to help any way I can.I can't program and have never used PS but I can help in any other way.Send me a note regarding how I can.I was wondering what hapenned to this awesome project and would hate to see it die entirely.